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Kindness in words creates CONFIDENCE. Kindness in thinking creates PROFOUNDNESS. Kindness in giving creates LOVE
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Learn to keep your agreements
Remember, your life works to the degree you keep your agreements. Never promise, more than you can perform.
Everything that you want to accomplish requires relationships–with your friends, family, staff, vendors, coaches, bosses, board of directors, clients, customers, partners, associates, students, teachers, audience, fans, and others.
For those relationships to work, you need to set up the rules of the game. If you and all the people you interacted with were to agree to the following rules of the game your level of success would soar.
1. Be willing to support our purpose, values, rules and goals.
2. Speak with good purpose. If it doesn’t serve, don’t say it. No making people wrong, justifying, or defending.
3. If you disagree or don’t understand, ask clarifying questions. Don’t make the other person wrong.
4. Make only agreements that you are willing and intend to keep.
5. If you can’t keep an agreement, communicate as soon as practical to the appropriate person. Clear up any broken agreement at the first appropriate opportunity.
6. When something is not working, first look to the system for corrections and then propose a system-based solution to the person who can do something about it.
7. Be responsible. No blaming, no defending, no justifying, and no shaming.